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Coronavirus Information for NAS Employees
The Arnold AFB Entry Screening Process can be found on the AEDC website (https://www.arnold.af.mil/coronavirus/).
Employees are required to inform their supervisor of a positive COVID-19 test result, symptoms, and/or close contact.
PD-MS-0001, NAS COVID-19 Work Place Protective Measures, provides information on COVID-19 protective measures, quarantine requirements, and return to work protocol for NAS employees at AEDC.
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All NAS employees are automatically enrolled in the Employee Assistance Program. It offers free and confidential resources for NAS employees during those times when extra help is needed to deal with difficult situations or decisions occurring in our lives.
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Winter Weather Notice – January 16, 2022
According to the National Weather Service, Arnold Air Force Base and surrounding locations are under a Winter Storm Watch through 6:00 PM CST, Sunday, January 16. With temperatures not warming significantly above freezing across the entire mid-state region until afternoon hours on Tuesday, any moisture remaining on area roadways will likely remain frozen. Continue to…
Winter Weather Notice – January 15-16, 2022
According to the National Weather Service, Arnold Air Force Base and surrounding locations are under a Winter Storm Watch from 6:00 PM CST, Saturday, January 15, until 6:00 PM CST, Sunday, January 16. The weather forecast is indicating heavy, wet snow with accumulations of 3 to 7 inches possible across all of middle Tennessee. Please…
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Winter Weather Notice – January 6, 2022
According to the National Weather Service, Arnold Air Force Base and surrounding locations are under a Winter Weather Advisory on Thursday, January 6, from 4:00 AM to 4:00 PM CST. The weather forecast is indicating snow with accumulations of 2 to 3 inches across most of middle Tennessee. Thursday morning, areas south of Interstate 40…